It may trouble some people to know that collective research individuals in Britain have some fantastic hard evidence in the form of prints, scat and documented animal kills with typical large cat characteristics such as broken necks and two distinct puncture marks to the throat. In these cases such evidence is often companied with sightings giving them clarity.
The image above shows a large scat consisting of deer fur a typical large cat trait. It is somewhat awakening to realise that no native British animal hunts deer and leaves the fur in its scat of a 1 inch diameter. This kind of big cat evidence is being found more often in Buckinghamshire along with the usual sightings of puma and leopard type animals.
Please find the image below of a leopard scat we found while tracking in India.